[Iag-list] One more UNSW Scientia PhD Scholarship
t.koo at unsw.edu.au
Thu Jun 1 12:01:35 AEST 2017
Further to Dr. Sonia Graham and A/Prof Daniel Robinson’s emails, there is an additional PhD project that may be of interest to IAG members. Under the UNSW Scientia PhD Scholarship Scheme, the following project has been approved: ‘ Exploring the Capacity of Tourism Activities for Indigenous Heritage Sites’, and eligible potential PhD students are encouraged to apply. To be eligible students must have research experience including a first class honours degree (or equivalent) or a Masters of research degree. Candidate with background in quantitative methods, including but not limited to econometrics, programming and/or statistics are highly encouraged to apply. The scholarship is also open to international applicants. Please see details of the scheme and the project below:
PhD Scholarship benefits under the scheme include:
* $40K a year stipend for four years
* Tuition fees covered for the full 4 year period
* Coaching and mentoring will form a critical part of your highly personalised leadership development plan
* Up to $10k each year to build your career and support your international research collaborations
* At least 5 of these scholarships will be reserved for Indigenous research candidates.
Visit the FAQs<https://www.2025.unsw.edu.au/apply/unsw-scientia-phd-scholarships-faqs> and Guidelines<https://www.2025.unsw.edu.au/apply/node/69/> for more detailed information on the process and the Scheme.
Exploring the Capacity of Tourism Activities for Indigenous Heritage Sites
Supervisors: Dr. Taha Rashidi, Dr Tay Koo, A/Prof Reubin Bolt
Summary: Tourism and Indigenous communities have separate and often conflicting concerns regarding tourism activities on traditional lands. To appropriately unlock the potential of tourism requires in-depth understanding of both perspectives. This research aims to develop a new and eclectic set of capabilities for building sustainable tourism development in Indigenous heritage sites. A mathematical system of models of tourist flow and spending in Indigenous heritage sites will be developed. You will be part of an interdisciplinary team across Engineering, Science and Nura Gili that will attempt to formalise aspects of the multifaceted, spatial and temporal tourist choices and their inter-relations using activity-based modelling at a national scale.
Please use the above link to apply.
On behalf of the supervisory team
Tay T.R. Koo, Ph.D
School of Aviation | Faculty of Science | UNSW Sydney | Australia
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